Joel Aguilera, left front, talks to members of multiple organizations to honor the memory of Martin Luther King Jr., on Thursday. The group gathered to challenge Homestead Mayor Jeff Porter to stand with immigrant communities and come out publicly against the Department of Homeland Security’s Priorities Enforcement Program, which they say will help law enforcement agencies identify and facilitate the removal of criminal illegal immigrants in the custody of state and local officials.
Joel Aguilera, left front, talks to members of multiple organizations to honor the memory of Martin Luther King Jr., on Thursday. The group gathered to challenge Homestead Mayor Jeff Porter to stand with immigrant communities and come out publicly against the Department of Homeland Security’s Priorities Enforcement Program, which they say will help law enforcement agencies identify and facilitate the removal of criminal illegal immigrants in the custody of state and local officials. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald Staff
Joel Aguilera, left front, talks to members of multiple organizations to honor the memory of Martin Luther King Jr., on Thursday. The group gathered to challenge Homestead Mayor Jeff Porter to stand with immigrant communities and come out publicly against the Department of Homeland Security’s Priorities Enforcement Program, which they say will help law enforcement agencies identify and facilitate the removal of criminal illegal immigrants in the custody of state and local officials. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald Staff

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